ULC Course Description

Development of Project Partnership Agreements
Control Number: 315
Course Number: 46LCA01A
CEUs: 3.1     PDHs: 0.0     LUs: 0.0     PDUs: 0.0     CMs: 0.0     ACE: 0.0     CEHs: 0.0
This course provides the basic knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to develop, negotiate and process approval agreements for (Project Partnership Agreements (PPA), Design Agreements (DA), and Feasibility Cost Shared Agreements (FCSA)) used for implementation of cost shared Civil Works water resources development projects and the supporting documents necessary for the agreement packages. Lecturers and instructors include HQUSACE staff, Division staff, and a guest speaker.

Topics include: (a) Development, negotiation, and processing of Agreements (such as PPA, DA, and FCSA) for cost shared Civil Works water resources development projects; (b) Implementation of cost shared Civil Works projects including cost sharing policies; (c) Planning, Policy, Programs, Real Estate, and Legal aspects and considerations in development of Agreements; (d) In-Kind Contributions authorities; (e) Policies and procedures to account for project funds including preparation of Federal/Non-Federal Funds Allocation Table and determining non-Federal proportionate share; (f) Requirements for accelerated, contributed, and advanced funding; (g) Non-Federal Sponsor Self-Certification of Financial Capability Form; and (h) Project examples and experiences.

Nominees must be assigned (a) Grade: GS-09 to GS-15; and (b) current responsibilities in Project Management; Study Management; Engineering Management; Planning; Programs; Real Estate; Counsel; and Cost Share Control Record Managers or others assigned to the Office of Resource Management and Internal Review.


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